First Page of Autobiography – “My Heart Will Triumph” – By visionary, Mirjana Soldo

Book Cover - My Heart Will Triumph - Mirjana Soldo

COMMENT (by a soul):
Mirjana Soldo, one of the six visionaries of Our Lady of Medjugorje, has written her autobiography, “My Heart Will Triumph,” which will release on August 15, 2016. Mirjana is the visionary who receives the 2nd of the Month messages for non-believers and is also the visionary who will reveal the Ten Secrets that will affect the entire world.

To promote the book, the first page of her memoir was released yesterday, which I am including in this blog post for people to read. I will be ordering the book and I intend to do a book review for those who might be interested in reading it.

If you would like to pre-order the book, it is available at this website, along with further information:

UPDATE (8/8/16): Here is the link to pre-order either the hardcopy or Kindle version of the book on

Finally, for those who are not familiar with Our Lady of Medjugorje, here is a good summary piece of the Marian apparitions:

Also, the Community of Caritas maintains an excellent website on information about Our Lady of Medjugorje. Here are some links for consideration:

Overview of Our Lady of Medjugorje
* Includes information on the scientific studies done on the visionaries
* Includes information about the various signs and miracles associated with Medjugorje

Common Questions About Mary

The Miracle of the Sun witnessed by thousands in Medjugorje on August 2, 2009

Also see, Our Lady of Medjugorje – Miracle of the Sun Captured on Video

God bless!



Memoir by Medjugorje Visionary, Mirjana Soldo

Introduction (First Page)

My name is Mirjana. I’ve experienced visions of the Virgin Mary for more than 35 years. I cannot say it more directly than that.

I understand that it might be difficult to imagine such a thing happening in modern times. Even to some believers, miracles are things of the past. But I doubt that anyone was more shocked than I was when it all began. I did not even know such things could take place, especially in Međugorje, a small village in former Yugoslavia.

You should know that I’ve been tested by doctors and scientists from all over the world, and they all agree on one thing: I am perfectly normal. I even have that in writing.

So, before you question my mental health, with a smile on my face I simply ask: Do you have an official document validating your sanity?

I did not write this to persuade you to believe me. I am just a messenger, and I wish to share my story with the hope that it might bring some comfort to a world in which peace is becoming increasingly scarce.

Saying that my life changed on the afternoon of June 24, 1981 hardly conveys the gravity of what transpired.

Until that day, I lived under the heavy hand of communism and stomached the many aggravations that went along with it, but the worst suffering began after I and five other children experienced something extraordinary.

What we saw radically changed us, our families, and millions of people around the world, but it also provoked the wrath of the Yugoslav regime. Fearing that my testimony was a threat to their rule, the communists declared me an enemy of the state when I was just 16 years old.

Perhaps their fears were warranted, because I had come to know something far greater than the communist government—far greater, in fact, than anything on Earth…

I had come to know God’s love.